Introduction to Editing Underwater Photographs with Photoshop
What are the first steps to take when editing an underwater photo so it will look better? In this workshop you will discover how to recognize which photos are the best to edit, and then what to use in Photoshop Elements (cost around $85 for PS Elements software so great value!) or in Photoshop CS to give more life, or pop, to your photos without getting overwhelmed with the software. This will include learning to work with levels, hue/saturation, cropping, stamp/healing brush, sharpening, removing debris in the water and so on that can make good photos look fabulous. If wanted, please bring two to four untouched digital photos on a cd, dvd, or memory stick to look at and possibly use during this workshop.
Robyn Bright has a master’s degree in animal behavior and has been published in pet industry magazines and advertisements. She has studied with DeCordova Museum and has been mentored by photographers for National Geographic and more. Robyn has been teaching photography and running workshops for almost ten years. She has taken pictures all over the world including Australia, Europe, China and Africa, and underwater photos in the Galapagos, Bonaire, Indonesia, New England, Honduras, the Red Sea and Tobago. She started scuba diving in 1986.